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Goldilocks and the three eclairs

Original post made on Dec 11, 2007

With a name like Goldilocks, it's got to be what — a porridge-based restaurant?

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Posted by Good Review
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Dec 11, 2007 at 11:35 am

I agree w/this review. The offerings there are hit or miss most of the time, as far as quality is concerned. Since this is the US, it would behoove the staff to be more helpful & friendly about what's what. It's more like fast food, & the packaged stuff can't be fully trusted.


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